How to power cycle a FLR3-1500 radio controlled gas price display system

Topic

  • How to power cycle a FLR3-1500 wireless/radio controlled gas price display system?
  • How to power cycle a FL-3000 display using FLR3-1500 wireless communications and DM-100 controlled?
  • How to properly boot up FL-3000 displays with FLR3-1500 wireless communications that is DM-100 controlled?

Environment

  • Product Family: Digit and Price Displays
  • Product: FL-3000, FL-4500
  • Components: FLR3-1500
  • Control System: DM-100

Steps

  1. Power down all signs and server radio j-box.
  2. Disconnect DM-100 from radio j-box.
  3. Power up server radio j-box. Wait 30 seconds.
  4. Power up all signs one at a time. Wait 30 seconds after each.
  5. Plug DM-100 into radio J-box and verify each network is found.

KB ID: DD3864859


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